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Los Angeles Times on intimate theatre during COVID

Commentary: How L.A.’s small-theater community is fighting for its life

"Democracy has a standing appointment on Tuesdays at 10 a.m. That’s when the leaders of L.A.’s intimate theater community meeton Zoom to discuss the issues that have been bedeviling them since the COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of public venues in March".... (click link to read article)

Charles McNulty - Theater Critic 

Sep. 30, 2020, 8 AM

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COVID pushes L.A.’s small theaters to unite. Survival starts with this festival

"COVID-19 brought theater to a stop, but it also started something.

During the nearly seven months that Los Angeles’ live theaters have been shut, leaders of small companies have been gathering weekly online to air worries and share information. The mandatory closure seemed staggering at first, but members of this rambunctious group — most of whom operate in venues with fewer than 100 seats — have commiserated, argued and laughed as they dug for answers and brainstormed"... (click link to read article)

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